Jane Duncan Rogers is a death educator based in Scotland. She runs a website called Before I Go Solutions, offering information, preparation and inspiration to address death, dying and grief. She provides workshops, programs, and consultations for people to plan ahead.
She also does webcasts on her site. Jane recently did this online interview with Gail Rubin, The Doyenne of Death®, whose business is A Good Goodbye: Funeral Planning for Those Who Don’t Plan to Die. Among the questions answered in this interview:
- What place does humor have in what many people would say is a very serious subject?
- What gets in the way of people taking action?
- Who is more likely to plan ahead?
- What’s the main message that you try to get across?
- What’s a Death Cafe?
- Do Baby Boomers have end-of-life control issues?
- What trends are you seeing in death and funerals?
- What tips do you offer to minimize funeral costs?
A small correction – Gail Rubin is based in New Mexico, not California. You can view the entire 35-minute interview here: